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phox

(foks) [ ph(agocytic) + ox(idase)]
A phagocytic oxidase that generates oxygen radicals when white blood cells destroy cells that the white blood cells ingest.
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A 0.5-mL blood sample was collected from the right common carotid artery of each rat 6 h after LPS administration, and Pa[O.sub.2] was immediately measured with a blood gas analyzer (Stat Profile pHOx, Nova Biomedical Corporation, USA).
Kan gazi olcum cihazi (Nova Biyomedikal Sirketi, Phox Plus L, Walthom, ABD) kullanilarak arter pH, ve degerleri olculdu.
It was listed by Gina Wilson of Phox Realty Group of Louisiana and sold by Emilie Riser of Engle & Volkers New Orleans.
Animals deficient in PHOX, which mediates the generation of reactive oxygen species, did not present alterations in the AP phenotype.
Owing to their phox phosphoinositide binding domain, members of this family are involved in intracellular trafficking.
SNX10, like the other members of SNX family, has phox (PX) domain.
Ionized calcium measurements were performed on whole blood via ion-specific electrode (NOVA pHOx Ultra).
Su et al., "p47(phox) contributes to albuminuria and kidney fibrosis in mice," Kidney International, vol.
Substitution of G for P 156 (P156Q) in the p22-phox PRR (a mutation found in a patient with Chronic granulomatous disease (CGD)) (48) or substitution of P 152 and R 158 in the p22 phox PRR (49) avoid activation of the complex.
Blood ionized calcium and blood pH levels were measured in an automatic biochemical analyzer (Stat Profile PHOX, Nova Biomedical, Waltham, MA, USA).
Method Measured quantity Measuring device Dielectric Complex dielectric Netzsch DEA 230/1 Epsilon analysis (DEA) constant [epsilon] * (t,[omega]) Differential Netzsch 200 PC Phox DSC scanning calorimetry (DSC) DEA oven Netzsch Gefran DEA oven DEA-IDEX sensor Electrode distance: 115 [micro]m Ion viscosity .sub.ion] (t,[omega]) Heat How difference Glass temperature [T.sub.g] Curing heat [DELTA] [Q.sub.curing] Electrode distance: Temperature 500 [micro]m TABLE 3.